Here’s the latest humanity from the Taliban:
Kabul: Suspected Taliban “militants” beheaded a headmaster and torched two schools in southern Afghanistan, officials said on Sunday. (sify news)
The positive tone throughout the weekend was dampened by talk of Friday’s attack on a four-storey house used by an US aid organisation in the northern city of Kunduz.
Taliban suicide attackers stormed the house, killing four people before dying in a five-hour gun battle with Afghan security forces. The pre-dawn attack appeared to be part of a militant campaign against international development organisations.
We’ve already tried to spot the humanity that the BBC’s Lyse Doucet urges us to report:
A BBC presenter has attacked coverage of Afghanistan’s ongoing war, claiming TV reporters are not covering the ‘humanity of the Taliban’.